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Frank Zappa - You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 1 (1988)


Frank Zappa - You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 1 (1988)


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Frank Zappa - You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 1

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Disc one

1. "The Florida Airport Tape" (Kaylan, Volman, Zappa)   An airport in Florida, June 1970   1:03


2. "Once Upon a Time"   Rainbow Theatre, December 10, 1971   4:37


3. "Sofa #1"   Rainbow Theatre, December 10, 1971   2:53


4. "The Mammy Anthem"   La Patinoire des Vernets, July 1, 1982   Stadio Communale, July 14, 1982   5:41


5. "You Didn't Try to Call Me"   Olympiahalle, July 3, 1980   3:39


6. "Diseases of the Band"   Hammersmith Odeon, February 19, 1979   2:22


7. "Tryin' to Grow a Chin"   Hammersmith Odeon, February 18, 1979, 2nd show   3:44


8. "Let's Make the Water Turn Black/Harry, You're a Beast/The Orange County Lumber Truck"   The Ballroom, February 16, 1969   3:27


9. "The Groupie Routine"   Pauley Pavilion, August 7, 1971   5:41


10. "Ruthie-Ruthie" (Berry, Brock)   Capitol Theatre, November 8, 1974   2:57


11. "Babbette"   Capitol Theatre, November 8, 1974   3:35


12. "I'm the Slime"   The Roxy, December 8–10, 1973   3:13


13. "Big Swifty"   The Roxy, December 8–10, 1973   8:46


14. "Don't Eat the Yellow Snow/Nanook Rubs It/St. Alphonzo's Pancake Breakfast/Father O'Blivion/Rollo"   Hammersmith Odeon, February 18, 1979, 2nd show   20:16



Disc two

1. "Plastic People" (Berry, Zappa)   The Factory, February 13, 1969   4:38


2. "The Torture Never Stops"   Hemmerleinhalle, February 25, 1978   15:48


3. "Fine Girl"   Parco Redecesio, July 7, 1982   2:55


4. "Zomby Woof"   Parco Redecesio, July 7, 1982

Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK June 19, 1982; late show (guitar solo)   5:39


5. "Sweet Leilani" (Owens) The Ballroom, February 16, 1969 2:39


6. "Oh No"   The Ballroom, February 16, 1969   4:34


7. "Be in My Video"   The Pier, August 26, 1984   3:29


8. "The Deathless Horsie"   The Pier, August 26, 1984   5:29


9. "The Dangerous Kitchen"   The Pier, August 26, 1984   1:49


10. "Dumb All Over"   The Palladium, October 31, 1981; early show   4:20


11. "Heavenly Bank Account"   The Palladium, October 31, 1981; early show   4:05


12. "Suicide Chump"   The Palladium, October 31, 1981; early show   4:55


13. "Tell Me You Love Me"   Stadio Comunale, July 8, 1982   2:09


14. "Sofa #2"   Stadio Comunale, July 8, 1982   3:00




Frank Zappa Band Members / Musicians

Frank Zappa – engineer, keyboards, vocals, producer, main performer, guitar

Mark Volman – vocals

Howard Kaylan – vocals

Chad Wackerman – drums, vocals

Ike Willis – guitar, vocals

Lowell George – guitar, vocals

Ray White – guitar, vocals

Adrian Belew – guitar, vocals

Warren Cuccurullo – guitar, organ

Ian Underwood – wind, keyboards

Steve Vai – guitar

Dweezil Zappa – guitar

Denny Walley – slide guitar, vocals

Scott Thunes – bass guitar, synthesizer, vocals

Jim Pons – bass guitar, vocals

Roy Estrada – bass guitar, vocals

Jeff Simmons – bass guitar

Tom Fowler – bass guitar

Patrick O'Hearn – wind, bass guitar

Arthur Barrow – keyboards, bass guitar

Peter Wolf – keyboards

Allan Zavod – keyboards

Don Preston – keyboards

Ruth Underwood – vibraphone, percussion

Bobby Martin – keyboards, vocals, saxophone

Tommy Mars – keyboards, vocals

George Duke – keyboards, vocals

Motorhead Sherwood – baritone saxophone

Napoleon Murphy Brock – saxophone, vocals

Bunk Gardner – tenor saxophone, trumpet

Bruce Fowler – trombone

Vinnie Colaiuta – drums

Ralph Humphrey – drums

Art Tripp – drums

David Logerman – drums

Aynsley Dunbar – drums

Terry Bozzio – drums

Chester Thompson – drums

Jimmy Carl Black – drums, percussion

Ed Mann – percussion




You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 1 is a double disc live album by Frank Zappa. It was released in 1988 under the label Rykodisc. It was the beginning of a six-volume, 12-CD set Zappa assembled of live performances throughout his career.

Shortly before the CD release, Zappa released a two-LP sampler of the series with similar artwork to the volume 1 CD. The liner notes to the second volume included some corrections to the date information of the first volume that Zappa received from fans, and further corrections and additions have come since then using available recordings.



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